Media literacy is increasingly coupled with a particular version of ‘information literacy’. I argue that this is not only conceptually incoherent but also educationally problematic.
The UK government is developing new policies on media literacy. But what does it mean by media literacy – and where is education in its plans?
The first of two posts revisiting the idea of citizenship education, and its relationship with media education.
Information Literacy, Politics and Public Knowledge in the Time of Covid-19
Media and Misinformation in the Time of Covid-19
Policy-makers are showing growing interest in ‘digital literacy’. But what does digital literacy mean, and how and where might we teach it?
How can journalists and news organizations contribute to media literacy education – and what are the pitfalls to avoid?